Rushmore Honduran Rosewood

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Rushmore Rollerball Pen

Figured Honduran Rosewood, chromium trim

Refill: Schmidt Rollerball

Length - 5.1", Max diameter - 0.60", Diameter 1" above tip - 0.33", Weight - 1.4 ounces


This is a screw-top rollerball pen crafted in beautiful figured Honduran Rosewood (Dalbergia stevensonii) (also known as Nogaed) This is a true Rosewood that grows in the Toledo District of southern Belize, primarily along rivers. The tree grows up to 100 feet high and 3 feet in diameter. It was named in 1927 after Neil S. Stevenson, a former Conservator of Forests for the then British Honduras. . The wood is prized for its tonal properties and is used in many musical instruments, particularly marimba and xylophone striking bars. It is also valued for its beauty and used in furniture. The wood is finished with over 12 coats of cyanoacrylate, giving it a lustrous shine and is accented with bright chromium trim.

The top cap of this pen unscrews to reveal the writing nib, which is complemented with a faceted section. The cap is postable, meaning it can be screwed onto the opposite end of the pen when in use. The pen is equipped with a premium German-made rollerball refill in the color and point size of your choice.